European Power Became Greener in 2016 – But EU Emissions Trading System Was Not the Cause
A new study by Agora Energiewende and Sandbag reviews EU power sector trends in 2016: Renewables growth was moderate, gas-fired power generation grew...
Coal power is on the decline, yet emissions have increased – 2016 was a year of mixed success
An annual assessment conducted by Agora Energiewende finds that despite numerous positive trends in Germany’s transition to green energy, the speed of...
Understanding the new laws on Energiewende
Background Paper on Germany´s new Reneweble Energy Act, Electricity Market Act, and the Act on the Digitisation of the Energy Transition
Rooftop solar: Very attractive, but its potential is limited
New study finds that self-supply with solar power pays off—and the impact to the German power system is less than naysayers feared
EU Guarantee Programme for Renewables Could Save 34 Billion Euros by 2030
Agora Energiewende proposes a new policy instrument that could drastically reduce cost of capital for renewable energy investment
How cross-border electricity trading can work better
The rules on the electricity markets in the countries of Central Western Europe differ widely from each other. As a result, the flexibility of the...
Why there was not 100 percent power consumption from renewable energies on Whit Sunday after all
Current data on power consumption is highly temporary and can change significantly on the following day based on altered principles
What needs to be done to make Europe's electricity sector ready for the 2030 challenge
Agora Energiewende’s “Power Market Pentagon“ outlines the first ever consistent proposal for the cornerstone of the future EU climate and energy...